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Modules give Bluetooth connectivity

Modules give Bluetooth connectivity
Kanda has made available serial to Bluetooth modules that can be built-in to any product to give a Bluetooth connection. The modules have a low pin count, 3.3V operation and include an antenna.
18th May 2006

2.4 GHz swivel antenna for WLAN and Bluetooth terminals and devices

2.4 GHz swivel antenna for WLAN and Bluetooth terminals and devices
EAD has launched the BKR2400, a 1/2 wave 2.4 GHz swivel antenna designed as a cost effective solution for WLAN and Bluetooth terminals and devices. It has a SMA-Male knuckle connector allowing operation in three positions. As the BKR2400 is groundplane independent, it can be mounted onto terminals without the need for a proximity groundplane. EAD has launched the BKR2400, a 1/2 wave 2.4 GHz swivel antenna designed as a cost effective solution for WLAN and Bluetooth terminals and devices. It has a SMA-Male knuckle connector allowing operation in three positions. As the BKR2400 is groundplane independent, it can be mounted onto terminals without the need for a proximity groundplane.
9th May 2006

Form Fit and Function Compatible Wireless Modules Available In Three Bands

Form Fit and Function Compatible Wireless Modules Available In Three Bands
The latest wireless modules to be released by Low Power Radio Solutions comprise a range of transmitter and receiver modules that operate in the 433, 868 and 914MHz bands. These industry standard SIL packaged radio modules offer high sensitivity and good range performance in excess of 300m.
8th May 2006


Narrow band multi-channel transmitter and receiver pair

Narrow band multi-channel transmitter and receiver pair
Radiometrix Ltd has launched a new range of narrow band multi-channel products ( LMT2 and LMR2) which offer OEMs a multi-channel, power-conservative, reliable data link. This transmitter and receiver pair are highly-suited to low-power applications where existing wideband modules lack the necessary range, or where low-cost multi-channel operation is required without causing any compromise to the system’s RF functionality.
28th April 2006


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Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
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